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gelt

(gĕlt)
v. Archaic
A past tense and a past participle of geld1
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Critique: An inherently interesting, exceptionally well written and impressively candid memoir, "Reckless Steps toward Sanity" by Judith Sara Gelt is unreservedly recommended for both community and academic library Contemporary American Biography collections.
Originally named the Gelt Foundation, the organization was renamed RRF last month in an effort to enable the mission to be a national effort supported by the industry and others concerned about evictions that often lead to homelessness, Wasserman says.
"This is not the old waxy, gritty gelt we used to get from bubbe," says company founder Scott Wayne.
Si la eleccion se hace con n =1, se encuentra, como muestra la Tabla 1, que esta funcion se correlaciona de forma maxima con la funcion Gelt, para [tau] = 1,12, el cual tiene a su vez una anchura entre 4 y 10 fotogramas, dependiendo de [alfa].
So it stands as a feat of laudable literary skill that Orner manages to use one-off vignettes to get at the really big happenings in life." JESSICA GELT
As a child, I don't know what differentiates a menorah from a regular candelabra; the gelt coins in my stocking are embossed with busts of smiling reindeer.
Prior to founding Meridian, Herzka was a principal of a controversial mortgage broker called Gelt Funding (now GFI Capital), which was sued by First Nationwide Bank for allegedly misrepresenting property values to secure nonrecourse loans.
"Chanukah gelt, "Robert said tightly as though to remind David that he understood Yiddish and indeed had once sung "Ich bin der captain fun der Pinafore" in a Laurentian forest.
Gelt, attorney with the Denver office of the Baker Hostetler law firm.
Do you have leftover Hanukkah gelt (chocolate coins) or milk chocolate chips in the cupboard?
Some (again, allowing for the fact that gift-giving is not universal) give gelt, a Yiddish word for money, while others give gifts, and then sometimes spreading elements of the gift-giving out over the eight days so that it becomes a whole by Zot Chanukah, the final day.